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will be incorporated in delaware because again is another thing that the ecosystems in silicon valley demands innocence. because the local attorneys and a new structure and start up yet to use the existing legal frameworks. you'll be subject to the delaware lost. >>> there's a lot easier pass in delaware if you're headquartered in delaware. >>> many of the startups and the vast majority are incorporated in delaware. >>> you can accommodate 133 start-ups. >>> would have a bit more of that. we have some start-ups the average number will be around three but our goal is to have between two and 300 >>> hamid if you have waiting on my to do this? >>> we have over 300 start-ups. >>> who you decide who gets the space >>> the man for os and we could afford to be selective in a sense. would like to have the best and brightest from different parts of the world. the one have good chances of being successful. >>> you have a background in international business. >>> international law and business. i can't united states -16-17 years old. >>> with the be any commitment and we ask for any kind of requirement? if you co
night's most emotional moment was the introduction of the vice presidential nominee where the delaware senator's son, a national guardsman soon to ship out to iraq, spoke eloquently about his father's asacrifice in the face of family tragedy. >> please welcome beau biden. >> and my brother banana fanna foe biden. [laughter] >> i'm -- i'm -- i'm uncomfortable with real emotion. >> senator biden took the stage, but never forgot where he came from. >> and i'm honored to represent the first state, my state, the state of delaware. >> is that delaware over there? or did pennsylvania just take a dump? boom, boom! but of course joe biden is on the ticket to brew up obama's porcelain white collar. >> almost every single night i take the train home to wilmington, delaware. sometimes very late. as i sit there in my seat, i look out that window, and i see those flickering lights of the homes that pass by, i can almost hear the conversation they're having at their kitchen table. >> sounds something like this -- why can't we pay our mortgage? why is joe biden -- why do we live near the train tracks?
bid in delaware... says she may give it another shot. you may reeall christine won delaware's republican primary for senate back in 2010... before losing the general election against democrat chris coons.her bid that year resulted in a political ad proclaiming she wasn't a witch... in responss to an ld interview where she said she "dabbled in witchcraft" during college.o'donnell says she owes it to her supporters to consider anooher run to represent delaware in 2014. it's been a deadly year already for many infected with the swine flu and west nile viius. so with the traditional flu season now upon us.... will you be asked to take more shots? shots? joel d. smmth is live at a minute-clinic in towson to find out. good morning joel d. 3 3 a rousing welcome for some american heroes... (nats) &ppour tuskegee airmen visiting from texas were honored at the airport in montgomery, alabama pn friday.the crowd formed a "path of honor" all the way from the arrival gate to baggage claim. "i didn't expect people to be here!""are you glad to be back in alabama?""yeah i am. i really a
over into central delaware and a share crossing the bay as well. it has been quiet around baltimore. a shower is moving in. the bigger storm is now tracking through delaware across the delaware bay. so far it is quiet. a warm afternoon. isolated thunderstorms may be possible for the next few hours and that you can see, some thunderstorms are tracking into southern maryland. once again, southeast of baltimore, the main threat through the evening hour. it was hot today. the almanac will show you a high temperature of 91 degrees. the normal would only be about 28. 82 is the normal high today. we were nine degrees warmer than normal. 77 degrees this morning. that ties the record for the warmest low temperature. the normal is 62. 15 degrees below normal end you set a record. so far, it ties the record for the warmest low. still warm for most areas tonight. 80's around the region. slightly cooler in the mountains where temperatures in the 70's. mid-60's in the suburbs. the risk of a thunderstorm for a summit hours and then some fog is forming. this week, a boundary is triggering the storm
. governor of delaware will be with us. david jackson is sitting by here ready to come over. lee saunders, president of afscme will be joining us as well. first, as always, we get the real headlines from dan henning. >> this is the "full court press." >> good morning from washington. with other headlines making news singer seal has made some very direct remarks about his split from supermodel heidi klum announced earlier this year. the singer spoke to tmz in an impromptu interview and said i would have thought heidi would have shown a little more class and at least waited until we separated first before deciding to fornicate with the help. that refers to klum getting together with her bodyguard after their separation. >> arnold didn't wait to fornicate with the help until he was separated. why should anybody else do anything more differently? >> true story. north carolina labor union members welcomed democratic convention goers to charlotte with an interesting labor day campaign yesterday. a hug a thug campaign. ab
into delaware. we can see elkton trying to get more moderate rain. they had heavy downpours moments ago. still dealing with lightning along perryville and slide further off toward the west, with delta and bel air, you have light rain across the air. all in all we will get a break and more showers possible even as we go through the rest of this morning. and we'll get more sun and clouds mixing in throughout the day. we'll see if we get as much sunshine as yesterday. and that helped boost the temperatures to 80 degrees. temperatures are mild, 67 degrees in arnold, 61 in bethesda and we will look at the hour by hour forecast and warm things up once again for today. we have that southerly flow going on this morning. 77 degrees by lunchtime. by this afternoon, that's the high temperature i'm going with 80 degrees. a sun cloud mix in the chance for some rain. let's get a check of the time saver traffic with lauren cook. good morning, you have lot offense accidents to talk about. >> the rain causing a terrible commute. we have some trouble on the jfx. we're dealing with a new accident on the northbou
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ocean city. 2-3 in. and more than that around the delaware beaches. most of our region has had less than a quarter inch of rain. we will hear more this afternoon or tomorrow and this weekend. >> thank you, john. now for an 11 news of date. the hartford county sheriff's office is mourning the death of one of its own. a deputy was killed in a car crash. the 14-year veteran was at the end of this shift when his car went off the road. according to video, it appears the car collided into a tree. because of the crash remains under investigation. maryland cultural officials are trying to get in front of the recent cases of west nile virus. labor and goods across central maryland will be sprayed. -- neighborhoods across in central maryland will be sprayed. -- across central maryland will be sprayed. officials are urging you to stay in -- inside if you live in that area. >> this reduces human exposure. >> for more information and a map of areas to be sprayed, it to our web site, wbaltv.com. coming up, clinton delivers a firing rallying call -- a fiery rallying call to democrats. hear about the sp
to the delaware river. well, 30,000 people caused filth in the city and polluted their water sources. the groundwater was not potable. and in one year, 1/6 of the population died of yellow fever. now, they didn't know at the time that yellow fever was carried by mosquitoes. but the health issue was major in that first movement to build a water system. narrator: so they set out to find the cleanest source of water. although the majority of philadelphia's water now comes from the delaware river, early engineers found that development along the waterfront was causing pollution. so their search led them to the nearby schuylkill river. philadelphia developed technologies to pump water from the river into the city. these technologies established engineering concepts that are still the basis for our water systems today. europeans flocked here. it was a destination point to see the new world technology. when charles dickens visited us in 1840, he was truly blown away by high water pressure on the fourth floor of the hotel he was staying in. nowhere in europe had he experienced that. this tec
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the radar looks like in general. most of the significant rain is in delaware and the eastern shore today. here is the heaviest rain in delaware, just south of the elkton area, around four or 5 inches of rain there. baltimore county and baltimore city, this is the area with over 1.5 inches of rain in a very brief time. that is why the warnings are in effect. a flash flood warning in effect in baltimore county and baltimore city until 7:45 this evening. there is some very intense rain. i mentioned the fact that it was isolated brain activity. not everybody has shared in all this stuff. at the airport today, only a trace of rain has been measured. for the month so far, the airport has only had 0.32 inch. last night, right around the inner harbor our realm 1.33 inches fell. 97 was the record back in 1898. right now, annapolis is 83 and the boardwalk is at 75. westminster has got a little sun every once in awhile. 84 is the temperature right now. frederick checks in with 88 degrees. bands of rain sheriff activity developing here. you can see the spotty nature of this. not everybody is sharing
discovery trail. >> reporter: walking alone the long miles between delaware and san francisco. >> just over 5,000. >> reporter: the reason? >> i knowed to do something. i wanted to have an-and- venturous moment in my life -- to have an adventurous moment in my life. >> reporter: when he graduated in june, he decided to postpone college. >> my mom -- mom, her first instinct, you're crazy and going to college. >> reporter: mom came around a bit and dude trek started a week ago and he gets a lot of questions. >> how are you doing, what is dude trek what are you -- why do you smell so bad? >> i have gone three days without a shower so far. >> our lucky day? >> yes, it is. >> i was a runner and up to my running for awhile. >> reporter: he camps most nights and occasionally bunks with friends like the one who invited him to a party near college park, even though he probably couldn't make it. >> dude, you're never going guess where i am going to be friday night. i'm going to be in greenville park, dude -- dude, i live a block away from greenbelt park. >> reporter: so far, the best part about this
the eastern shore toward delaware. for more on the situation, let's head over to meteorologist mike masco. >> that will be the problem for the rest of the evening. that's the spot we'll have to cope an eye on as annapolis' high tide comes in a little after 8:00. the winds have been a big issue all day, southerly winds between 15 and 20 miles an hour. sustained winds at 23. all that wind pushing the close is a peek waters along the immediate shore between harford county down in anne arundel county and here are the high tides after midnight, havre de grace and ft. mchenry. tidal cycles running one to three feet. we'll send it over to wyatt. >> absolutely, that's the other aspect of the weather we have to watch for, the coastal concerns. the hour by hour forecast through the overnight period will clear conditions out and we want to remind you to check out our storm shield weather app as well as our weather app. they're available now at the itune store or in the google play store. if you have android, you can get the storm shield app. >> the wind blowing hard enough that we've been dealing wi
's believed to have salmonella. it was on store shelfs in maryland, new jersey, delaware and pennsylvania. most of it had a sale date of yesterday or earlier. >>> your phone could be worth a lot less. the latest court victory could mean a lot of android phones could loose value and a lot are already trying to get rid of them. >> reporter: apple's win over samsung last week is expected to have a big impact on what future android phones look like. it probably won't look like i- phones but the court ruling already having an impact on the resale market. market watch.com reports that resale prices reason android phones falling as owners of the phones are suddenly offering their models foresail. a 50% increase in trade ins in the past week. customers uncertain about the future of android phones and upgrades, some worry they won't be able to double tap on apps or zoom in on photographs we. >> we had a problem there. samsung and others insist that they are here to say no matter what and current phone owners won't loose features. some are deciding to unload phones now and buy the next i- phone.
into the delaware. we are dealing with -- into delaware. and we are dealing with heavy rain this morning. all in all, we will begin to dry things out with light rainfalling for the rest of the morning. >>> mount airy 63. bethesda 65 and stevensville, coming in at 67 and good morning aberdeen, you're at 63 degrees right now. we're waiting for the cold front to move through, a slow mover. once it finally gets through, then things will dry out nicely. for saturday, weak high pressure building in across the area, so that orioles game on saturday looks to be a dry one. by sunday we'll see another system work its way through the area. look what we have on monday and tuesday and wednesday, plenty of sunshine in the forecast and we'll feel more like fall. let's get a check of traffic with lauren cook. >>> right on pulaski highway, if you are traveling on 95 through white marsh traffic starting to pick up. you are looking at a 16 minute ride traveling southbound from 695 all the way into the city. as we check in and take a live look outside into the beltway at hartford road, everything moving along just fine
continues in pennsylvania, delaware and maryland when three patients came down with the same invasive infection. joce sterman joins us with the latest. what's happening with these spas? >> reporter: maryland officials closed down the spa saying the facility could endanger public health. we talked to the pennsylvania health department and said they have not required the monarch locations to shut down. they are not aware of any ill pennsylvaniaians tied to problems, but wpvi confirmed a patient got group a strept. the chain has three spots. they were checked, looking at their infection prevention methods. the investigation is still ongoing for the entire monarch chain because the workers went between della ware, pennsylvania and -- delaware, pennsylvania and maryland. monarch said it has evidence thousands of procedures without complication and that they are cooperating fully with the investigation. we asked maryland's health department to release the doctors. >>> it was two years ago when a truck driver fell asleep at the wheel and killed a woman and critically injured her son. it's be
're driving from baltimore back up here through wilmington, delaware, you're gog to get wetn the next half hour or so. be prepared for that. as far as rainfall goes, nothing too heavy outther weseperisfrain. that drought situation there just has gotten worse over the last couple months. this was good news last night. >> yeah, much needed reef. all right,bill, thanks so much. >>> coming up, another union deal. student debt climbs and a new meang forhe term canin co yoirlook" at this morning's business headlines is straight ahead. >>> coming up, there's a home run derby in baltimore, a new leader in the al central and strike up the band, the nfl referees are coming back. jack, you're a little boring. boring. boring. [ jack ] after lauren broke up with me, i went to the citi private pass pag and decided to be...not boring. that's how i met marilyn.. da really good. yes! [ jack ] ...and alicia. ♪ this girl is on fire [ male announcer ] use any citi card to get the benefits of private pass. more concerts, more events, more experiences. [ jack ] hey, who's boring now? [ male announcer ] get mo
and i'm hiking the american discovery trail. >> reporter: walking alone the long miles between delaware and san francisco. >> and this is over 5,000. >> reporter: the reason? >> i wanted to do something. i wanted to have an adventurous moment in my life. >> reporter: when he graduated in june, he decided to postpone college. >> my mom, like her first instinct was like you're crazy, you're going to college. >> reporter: mom came around a bit and dude trek, as he calls it, started a week ago. >> he gets a lot of questions. >> what are you doing, who are you, what is dude trek and why do you smell so bad? >> i have gone three days without a shower so far. >> a lucky day? >> yeah. >> i was a runner and up to my running for a while. >> reporter: he camps most nights and occasionally bunks with friends like the one who invited them on a party near college park even though he could not make it. >> dude, you never guess where i'm going to be friday night. at green belt park and he was like i live a block away. >> reporter: he's been at it for a week and so far, the best part about the journey i
endorsement today. a delaware senator is going to support behind a democrat at a stop in fairfax county. then they will both go to n for a roundtable discussion on supporting small business. and george allen are battling for the seat held by webb. justin timberlake brought sexy back and now he's looking to bring myspace back. atlet's get to linda bell bloomberg headquarters in new york with that and more. gains insee some yesterday. .t went to a new record high the company is expected to the leader in the u.s. to display advertising, which banner ads. facebook stocks it now trading below $21 a share. some say the stock is and it's predicted to drop. annger justin timberlake took in myspace ake ago. users can give their e-mail for an invite to the new service. the peanut butter recall is getting expanded beyond trader joe's. more on that in the next hour. reporting for abc 7 news. back to you. >> thank you. 3 degrees. >> still to come, an update on a involving hundreds of pepco workers. are expected to vote >> will soon find out if pepco picketn will hit the lines. they're expected to vo
. the on the lookout out there. -- be on the lookout. we would quickly make their way in delaware as well. all the way down through the line of storms is coming in. west of the bay, rapidly improving conditions with showers out in the mountains. this front will get year later tonight and clear out the skies, but the threat of severe weather is way in advance of the front. those are just scattered showers. the heavier storms are out in front of it. we will keep an eye on it. a number of watches, warnings, and advisory. they have been canceling this as the front continues to movies. the orange county still has severe thunderstorms in the area. a wind advisory was strong southern winds ahead of this front gusting up to 45 miles per hour at times of this advisory remaining for delaware. flooding ahead of the front and it's taking a while for the water to drain through. warnings in effect back into frederick county for two-four inches of rain in localized areas and will take a while for that to diminish. a coastal flood advisory still in effect for the eastern shore. all of this is because a cold front is
sprinkles this morning. heavy rains in parts of delaware. white sprinkles around baltimore -- light sprinkles around baltimore. a mixture of sun and clouds. not a big deal. high temperature of 88 degrees. we will check the seven-day forecast coming up in just a few minutes. relief in sight. your territory? let's check your morning commute. one closure in darlington. route one is shut down. avoid that by taking 95. we will have more details coming up. 95 looking good out of the northeast traveling down from the white marsh area. 61 towards 70. no problems out of the owings mills area. a problem at the bay bridge. the right lane is closed. 95 out of the fort mchenry is moving well and building in towards the tunnel. this is 295, showing building volume southbound down towards 32. that is the latest on traffic pulse 11. >> art modell is in the hospital. he's being treated at johns hopkins hospital. no information about his current condition. he was seen last month at a ravens preseason practice. his wife died in 200011. >> a sheriff's deputy was killed in a crash in darlington. it happ
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raised them to their feet. he was put into nomination by his son, attorney general of delaware, beau biden and you could see the tears streaming down joe biden's face and a proud moment, a son putting his father's name in for nomination. >> as they did in the republican convention throughout this week they've been introducing each speaker with a video presentation. the one for the vice president biden took us through his middle class upbringing and reminded the nation and democratic faithful in the arena that joe biden comes from a place right in the middle. he continued to tell people what we have to do is build this nation from the middle and to give those who are poorer a larder up. are -- larder-- ladder up. >> of course he was famous for taking the train every night from washington to delaware to be with his family suggesting he did not become a washington insider, that he was with his family back in his homestate of delaware every night. he talks about being joe from scranton, pennsylvania. he's a very slap people on the back kind of guy, a ve
to use. the defendants in the case recently revealed detective shannon delaware was the protester they knew as butch, after austin police at first denied that of walter the group. now a judge has ordered police to turn over more information. at least one of the protesters, eric marquez, remains in jail due to a prior arrest. we asked the austin police to permit for a comment, but they did not respond to our request. we go to ronnie garza in austin, texas, one of the members of occupied austin facing felony charges stemming from the december 12 direct action. in houston, we're joined by greg gladden, representing ronnie garza in this case. we welcome you both to "democracy now!" tell us what happened last december. >> thank you for having us on the show. it is a huge honor. last december we were involved with a number of other cities around texas in solidarity action with the west coast port shutdown. we knew we could not shut down a port the size of houston, it was purely symbolic action to lay down in front of the action to the main office of the port. that is sort of the lead up
into delaware and you see the red and orange. those totals and they're doppler estimates and does a good job of what is reality when you get to it. more than six inches there and in duey beach, they picked up more than seven inches of rain and from that to&the heavy rain to the east of us again, laura, things to look forward to and later on, we deal with the seven-day forecast. >> and looking forward to it. thank you very much. see you soon. >>> coming up next at 5. they were rescued from the floodwaters of hurricane isaac and now, these dogs are in d.c. looking for good homes. >>> and an unthinkable act inside a d.c. church. a man armed with a gun robbed two people and police are asking for your help tracking down the gunman. the gunman.  i'm barack obama, and i approve this message. the gunman.  mitt romney's position on women's health...it's dangerous. vo:mitt romney and paul ryan would get rid of planned parenthood funding. and allow employers to deny coverage for cancer screenings and birth control. we can't afford to let him take away our choices... to take away basic health care.
in delaware, and was thinking about running for the senate. my father and mother encouraged him to run raised fully one third of all of his campaign budget, which was not a lot back in those days, $89,000 for a $290,000 total budget, and he won by 3,000 votes. and joe has told me that story personally quite a few times and when he always enjoyably. he came and spoke in nashville several times in the last four years. on one occasion, he told the whole audience that story and i guess that's what the newspaper this morning was recounting. >> two things that are amazing your dad having been in the fat for 18 years having lost because he took such wonderfully important progressive positions. that's why his name and your name are iconic in our politics. it's the right thing to say and recognize, that he would still be motivated to reach down and help a kid who was at that point essentially unknown and put that much energy into that race. that itself is a manifestation of real caring and concern which is remarkable. >> it formed a bond between joe and me that has lasted all these years. i love joe b
>>> to visit lasted for adoptions. >>> and people jumped off a bridge on the delaware river and lives he got lost during a walk that and ended up on the to help up. it had a plus be done. >>> there is nothing to be said of and it's a miracle. how does a dog jump from the bridge and survive swim shorts against the current and go to the jurors decide. the owner felt the dog- in the dark. she only suffered a bruise on her stomach the dog is doing just fine >>> this initial endeavor is making its final flight did the best place to watch tomorrow as how they got stuck for a hundred feet in the fiery crash a gas station during rush-hour could >>> ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
. good thing -- headed north into the county. rain coming in, had rain earlier in delaware. we'll continue to see the rain. i do not expect it to change much. baltimore county, baltimore city. low lying spots, you could see ponding of wart-- water. dew point is 73. it is extremely muggy. i don't have to tell you that, extremely muggy. look at the clouds billowing up. rain clouds, tropical moisture. kent island, showers off and on. a wet weather scenario at beaches. it was not the best beach weather, especially the second half of the weekend. temperature wise low allot heat statewide, 70s to the west. 70s to the east. all of a sudden, a humid pattern, extremely muggy conditions. it feels rather warm it. feels like almost 90 with the clouds and rain. feels like the mid-90s toward frederick. even with the clouds uncomfortable. winds from the south, not much to stir the air. moisture from isaac. that is the story the next several days, a little boundary over canada will squeeze the moisture to the east before they begin to diminish. you see how far reaching the rains are reaching i
by the end of this week. we mentioned this because it will bring enhanced surf around the delaware coastline. certainly could bring in rip currents heading into the next several days. be mindful of that if you are headed to the shore. 71 is the call from the weather team. spotty showers. muggy. 82 degrees tomorrow. tropical downpours is the theme over the next three days. 84 tuesday. wednesday 84. main milder on thursday. we are not going to know how big the grandprix crowd was. it felt smaller from last year. the race will not tell us how many tickets are sold. coming downtown to see this in our own backyard is something to see. we talked to fans in the stands. >> they are kind of loud. >> a lot of horsepower and i'm here to watch wrecks. >> great weather. sunshine. it is not too bad. we are enjoying a beautiful day. we have good action in front of us. things falling off cars. cars spinning out. it is a lot of fun. >> will power won last year's race. this year it was won by ryan hunter ray. on thursday he held a party to raise money for the live strong cancer foundation. congratulations.
. you know, i am from the tristate area. i am from delaware. so i like to use a lot of that into my acting. it is really fun to play pro and i am so glad to be here. >> adam, chime in here. you have something to say. >> i work with aubrey every day of my life so it is at the point where it is really interesting to hear her talk. there are a lot of feelings that come up. >> a lot of laughs this season. >> yes, it's great. >> you're really love each other. >> yeah. >> uh-huh. >> tell us what we can expect for the fifth season. >> it starts in washington, d.c. because then in april now work there. so leslie and chris -- leslie and andy cantu visit us in d.c. and we go around and see -- leslie and indeed come to visit us in d.c. and we go around and see all these sites. it is really fun to get on the road and to go to washington, d.c. to shoot the show. the show is a release are real and fun experience. >> ones, one now was a job, i took a trip to the baltimore aquarium and that was there overnight. it was all wonderful. >> why did you sleep at the aquarium? >> because that was part of
shore. back in to delaware and heading off the coast. nothing showing up from baltimore. should stay dry around the metro area for the rest of the night. showers and thunderstorms extends around new york all the way down the delmarva coast line. a strong front. a series of cold fronts coming through here over the next 12 hours. this is a main front moving off the eastern shore. there is a piece of energy in the upper levels of atmosphere scooting across the great lakes. three are in a couple of hours. behind this, breezy in school. we will not the kind of temperature they had in the minnesota but maybe it will will out. you're in the 60's here. 49 at in the cincinnati. 47 at minneapolis and st. paul. that is where our weather is coming from from the next 48 hours. it is of into effect locally as low. still 73 in annapolis to. 63 at the airport. temperatures drop off down to 60 in and it spurred -- emitsburg. most areas tomorrow will be it and the 50's. near 60 downtown and of the water. the rest of tonight -- any rain showers or thunderstorms will be ending across eastern shore counties
, it went to the delaware highlands. and really diverted the water that normally went to philadelphia to new york city. i don't think they anticipated that. narrator: the majority of new york city's drinking water comes from watersheds in upstate new york. a watershed is the area of land where water from rain or snow melt drains downhill into a body of water. mountains act as a funnel to feed rivers and lakes. and in this case, reservoirs. in the new york city system, water is collected and stored in 19 reservoirs, which can hold more than a year's supply -- over 580 billion gallons of water. almost all of the system is fed by gravity, without the use of energy-consuming pumps. valves open to regulate the flow into the 85-mile-long delaware aqueduct -- the longest tunnel in the world. at hillview reservoir... the water is partitioned into another giant tunnel system. where it travels deep below manhattan. the pressure built up by gravity from the mountains pushes the water upwards toward the surface through vertical shafts. these shafts feed the water mains of each neighborhood, which branch
to start the day. some light rain showers in cecil county and back over towards delaware. around baltimore, it could just be some drizzle in the fog deck to start the day. let's take a look at the current temperatures. 76 at the airport. the dew point is 74. that is what it feels so tropical. if you get underneath one of those storms, it could drop an inch or two of rain. the chance for rain will taper off by thursday and friday. hoping for some nice weather on friday. >> sarah started grilling before she got to work today. 75 degrees on tv hill. music fans in an empire state of mind in the city of brotherly love. >> we are still taking your answers to our water cooler question of the day. if you could invent a new item for a fast-food menu, what would you cook up? you can share your response at wbaltv.com and on our facebook page, or send us an e-mail to watercooler@wbaltv.com. ?o?o?oçok >> thousands poured into the philadelphia last weekend for a music festival put together by jay-z. we have more on the music and marketing. >> representing the red, white, lue, they have come for the fas
delaware. that is it. no more severe thunderstorm warnings for our region. the green areas here, shaded to the west including winchester. this is a flood warning until 7:00 tonight. another flood warning for loudoun county and frederick county, maryland. this is because of numerous downed trees. some flooding problems there. also seeing numerous road closures around that area and this is why. thurmont, maryland, almost five inches of rachbl and three inches in middletown. the good news is most of the heavy rain is now starting to get out of here. everybody is still seeing some rain but the back edge of this. just off to our west. once this moves through, we are going to clear out dramatically and we'll be waking up to something completely different. my forecast coming up. >>> a look now at the latest outage numbers. pepco is nearly 13,000 customers without power now. most of them in the district. dominion, virginia, has about 4,500 customers in the dark. bge reports nearly 3,000 outages. the majority of those are in anne arundel county. those storms brought down trees and power lines in
a shark. circumstanceeling. >> -- circling. >> they are sliding off towards delaware but we will get another round through the afternoon. scattered showers and storms but let's show you what's going on on maryland's most purrful. we had a few -- powerful. we had showers this morning but this is beginning to slide off towards delaware as we go into the afternoon we will have more showers and storms popping up throughout the day. so be prepared. let's go out in bel air right now where we are looking at plenty of cloud cover this morning. we are trying to see a few peeks of a little bit of brightness but all in all we are working with the cloud. and we can see in bel air the temperature at 74 degrees right now. that dew point at 74 so with that we are looking at some visibility issues and we have a little bit of patchy fog so as you head out and about be prepared for that. we look at that hour by hour forecast and temperatures this morning around 11 right around 75 degrees. by lunchtime, we are
to our east now, over delaware, still some lingering and arundel county. we will see a few showers on and off today. of rain will last through the weekend. the positive side is our warm.atures are warmer than this time yesterday. 66 at 9:00, 78 at noon, 82 at 5:00 with a few showers here and there. let's see what's happening with traffic. angela. 270.g problems on traffic is stopped due to an southbound at germantown road. it's in the center lane. response is on the scene. that is causing a major back up. traffic is getting by to the left. it is a very slow ride. delays beginning before father hurley boulevard. 270 you get past that, well. onwill give you an update accident and handling enclosures and the reopening of our next traffic report. back to you. >> thank you. our top story, the search for answers in a shocking scene in herndon. >> police found a for your family members dead inside their lane.n point rider two victims were school-age children. gonzalez is live in chantilly where one of the student ats a school.d high >> students will be wearing today where the son attended
maryland, northern delaware. moderate thunderstorm activity for today. a larger area has a slight risk for severe storms during the day today. bay, small craft advisories are out through the evening hours. southwest winds 15 to 20 knots fp front goes through. think eel be quite gusty. a three foot chop. insta weather future cast shows storms coming in. probably a squall line. could be bounced around a little bit for an hour or two this evening. by early sunday morning things start to clear out and we're in great shape. there might be instability showers. otherwise, looks like a great day. so does monday and tuesday and wednesday as we look at the seven day forecast. look at the temperatures today. upper 70s to low 80s. morning lows in the 50s. today is a stormy one. after that, it's dry through all of next week. terrific weather coming up. >>> get ready to see a lot more of this in the coming day. state agricultural officials have been spraying across maryland to control the mosquito population. all in response to a rise in west nile cases. as of right now more than seven cases of the
getting this crowd excited here. wow, what a speech. beau biden joins us live, delaware attorney general happens to be the son of the vice president of the united states. your job tonight, you're going to nominate your dad for a second term. >> that's right. i'm looking forward to it. it is a great honor. >> any problems? you pretty confident? >> i did this one time four years ago. >> give us a preview. what do you hope to share with all of us people watching here and around the world. >> when i did it four years ago, i was leaving for iraq. i asked the delegates and american people to be there for my dad and they were, but really what i am going to talk about tonight is how he has been there for them, how he has been an incredible, exceptional leader in this country, a partner with the president. >> you served a year in iraq even as your dad was vice president. >> that's right. in fact, i will talk about him visiting iraq when i was there fourth of july 2009. >> you were with delaware national guard? >> i was. i'll give you a preview. he did a naturalization ceremony. whether they're in
in the delaware national guard placed his name into nomination for a second term. >> four years ago, because i was going to iraq, i asked you to be there for my dad. and you were. and for the last four years, i can say with certainty, he has been there for us. >> vice president praised the president's gutsy move on the auto bailout. he's been effective at courting those so-called noneducated whites, demographically kacarvet up. >> it's never been a good bet to bet against the american people. never. my fellow americans, america is coming back and we're not going back! and we have no intention of downsizing the american dream! >> joining me now, delaware attorney general, beau biden. >> i was thrilled with my dad and my mom. i think they both did a good job and obviously a good president delivered a great -- >> it was interesting, we hadn't had it this way before. normally, wednesday night is the vice president night. last night, he served as sort of the bad cop, good cop at points. what did you make of the different arrangement of this convention? >> when you're able to start with michelle oba
other way. we're joined by delaware attorney general beau biden, iraq war veteran, and the son of vice president joe biden. may i begin by thanking you for your military service and your continuing public service as attorney general, mr. biden. >> thank you, martin. thanks for alog he me to come on. >> thank you. mitt romney said he would not be getting political given today's anniversary, yet a couple lines into his speech he delivers overtly political comments about leadership, about his opponent, about the direction of returning military. is this man not in control of his own faculties? >> well, i don't know. i'll let the viewers be the judge of that. i know his speech wasn't consistent with what his staff said he was going to talk about, and that is not taking on the president and making this a political day. i'm going to follow the president's lead, the vice president's lead and honor those we lost on 9/11 11 years ago. everyone watching now, you i am sure, people on your staff, i know people, sons, a mother and a father who lost a son, a daughter who lost a father here in delawar
bob menendez and delaware senator. we're not going to say -- you're up so you're going to have more people yelling for you. his popularity that's not going out. >> senator menendez, start with you, the president obviously was easier to be hope and change, change, you know, now he's got to be pitching for status quo. it's a hard hit to take. >> well, i don't think the president is pitching for status quo. he's pitching for progress moving forward, and helping this middle class build its opens and dreams and aspirations and realizing them. it's a combination of what he inherited, what he's done to make it better and what he will do so i don't think it's about status quo. >> how much detail do you want to hear from the president tonight? >> one of the key differences between the republicans convention in tampa and our convention in charlotte how much we've already heard about the substantive accomplishments of president obama and we should hear more time from vice president biden and president obama about how they continue the strong recovery that they've led and the leadership the par
dependency nation as well? here is delaware democratic senator chris kuhns. thanks for coming on the show. >> thank you. >> good luck on the convention. very exciting. i want to talk about food stamp nation and dependency nation. this shouldn't be happening in the third, third and a half year of economic recovery. why is it happening? >> well, larry, thanks for the chance to be on. there is a lot of excitement in the convention hall. it's difficult to hear you. i think you have been asking about the record number of americans relying on food stamps to help their families get through the long recover uhry. in my view, this is a critical role for the federal government to play. we ought to, in very difficult economic times provide a floor in terms of housing, food, education and infrastructure. it is my hope that we will come out of the convention with a strong vision for how to rejuvenate the american economy, for how to grow more rapidly in the future so we can end dependency on food stamps and have it be a thing of the past and a thing that was temporary. it's important for us to continu
people in your party are not allowed to be on the ballot. that happened in delaware. million people in delaware, christine o'donnell beat mike castle. he could not be on the ballot in november because every state except four laws. >> jennifer: so in california, for example -- they take the top two vote-getters. one way to get away from this? >> absolutely. washington state did that in 2006. california in 2010. you know, jennifer, the people are afraid of the party system. they're fleeing from the party system more than 40% now call themselves independents. they don't want anything to do with this private warfare between the clubs. >> jennifer: you served in the house what, from '77 until '93. i think you were considered at the time a solid republican. do you think that there is a chance that you would get elected today as a republican? >> i don't think i would get elected as a republican in a primary. i don't think ronald reagan would. >> jennifer: because you're a reasonable guy. because you happen to be a re
in delaware's public school. hundreds of kindergarteners will begin an immersion program in mandarin and spanish. i'm joined by governor and an opponent idea david schweiker. welcome, sir. it is an interesting idea. spanish and mandarin. let me ask you, do the kids have a choice? do they have to take both? can they choose one? and did the parents in the school district sign off on this? >> of course. this is entirely voluntary on behalf of the parents. parents don't have to choose mandarin or spanish. the bottom line is this, around the world there are 3 billion people looking for work. there are 1.2 billion jobs available. we are in a global war for jobs. my job is to make sure the people of delaware are as competitive as can be when it comes jobs of the future and i think speaking more than one language is an important step. >> to clarify this then, if the kids don't want to do it. if they want to be taught all math, science, reading and so forth and don't want to take chinese and mandarin it is okay. do i get that right? >> absolutely, yes. it's okay. >> having heard that, what's
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